Re "The cost of citizenship may go up," Oct. 29
Fees for processing citizenship papers will be oppressive for "lower-income, less-educated immigrants." Who wants "lower-income, less-educated immigrants" as citizens anyway? We do not need more welfare, uncompensated healthcare, English-as-a-secondlanguage programs, public housing or prisons. Our country has many unemployed citizens, low-income senior citizens, sick citizens without health insurance and other low/modest/middle-income people who have earned the care and attention of our government. When our legal citizens receive the help they have earned, then we can consider the less fortunate of other nations.